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A discussion in the School of Pharmacy Journal Club two years ago has resulted in the publication of an article on the adverse effects of prolonged antibiotic use. Dr. Henry Saedi-Kwon designed the study prior to his graduation in 2016; Dr. R. Brigg Turner recruited third-year student Erin Wilson to work alongside the rest of the research team during her APPE rotations. The article “Comparative analysis of neutropenia in patients receiving prolonged treatment with ceftaroline” appears in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (DOI: 10.1093/jac/dkx452).
Script Your Future, a two-month national intercollegiate competition ending March 16, aims to raise awareness among their caregivers about the importance of taking medication as prescribed as a vital first step toward better health outcomes. Pacific University School of Pharmacy is participating in this annual campaign for for the second time. In this campaign, teams of health profession students and faculty raise awareness about medication adherence as a critical public health issue.
Dr. Fawzy Elbarbry published an article on the dosing and monitoring of vancomycin, a commonly used antibiotic for the treatment of severe infections. 
Brendan Stamper smiling
Associate Professor Brendan Stamper is training the next generation of pharmacists — some of whom, like him, will devote much of their careers to critical drug research.
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School of Pharmacy students help collect 45 pints for those in need.
Anita Cleven, PharmD, RPh, has been promoted to the assistant dean for experiential education in
The School of Pharmacy is delighted to announce the launch of the new Office of Global Pharmacy Education and Research (OGPER)
The School of Pharmacy emphasizes research and scholarship through summer research, conference attendance, and publications and presentations.
The School of Pharmacy opened its doors in 2006. The first class of pharmacy students would become pioneers in a brand new program. One such student, Matthew Maglalang, found the prospect of being a pioneer an exciting one.

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